Vermont ski jump finds it’s a small world after all

Brattleboro’s weekend Harris Hill competition drew a slate of global athletes who said they best knew the state as the home of Bernie Sanders.

Brattleboro school protest targets U.S. education secretary

More than 100 Brattleboro Union High School students and staffers rallied Friday against the newly appointed Betsy DeVos.

Vermont ski jump rides the roller coaster of climate change

Brattleboro’s nearly century-old Harris Hill, the state’s only Olympic-size venue, is juggling nature and snowmaking technology as it prepares for its weekend competition.

‘Local Love Brigade’ aims to console targets of hate

The group, supplementing Valentine’s Day with year-round social action, is sending heart-strewn postcards to harassed people and institutions statewide.

Vermont domino event spurs a multimedia chain reaction

The Brattleboro Museum & Art Center’s “toppling extravaganza” will mark its 10th year Monday.

Phoenix Books acquires fifth location in Vermont

Woodstock’s Yankee Bookshop will join the company’s family of independent stores in Burlington, Chester, Essex and Rutland.

Vermont author Howard Frank Mosher dies at age 74

The Northeast Kingdom novelist revealed he had cancer just last week and spent his final days in hospice care at home.

Literary ‘New Voices’ sound off on timely topics

Chester’s weekend showcase for up-and-coming authors mixed narrative fiction with presidential politics, race relations and “alternative facts.”

Vermonter draws present-moment wisdom from ancient works

David Hinton, one of the most lauded modern English translators of classical Chinese poetry and philosophy, marks Saturday’s Lunar New Year with the timely book “Existence.”

Author Howard Frank Mosher facing ‘very aggressive’ cancer

“I have gone from feeling pretty good to being in hospice care,” the 74-year-old Northeast Kingdom novelist has posted on Facebook.

For Vermonters troubled by Trump, no news is good news

Many hope to insure their domestic tranquility by cutting back on media coverage of the new president.

Vermont artist Wolf Kahn wins U.S. State Department honor

In one of the last acts of the Obama administration, the 89-year-old Brattleboro painter has received the International Medal of Arts for sharing his work with American embassies.

Rutland film on racism has yet to receive local showing

Even in the month of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, the maker of “Divided by Diversity” can’t find a city location willing to screen it.

New documentary reveals powerful transformation

Derek Hallquist was filming his father, the CEO of the Vermont Electric Cooperative, talking about climate change when the man he knew as Dad confided he was actually a woman named Christine.